Draper Introduces Video Conferencing Accessories at ISE

During Integrated Systems 2013, Draper will be introducing several new products to promote effective video conferencing in today's multi-use conference rooms and other venues.

(Spiceland, Ind.) - For effective video conferencing in today's multi-use conference rooms and other venues, you need the required technology precisely where you need it, when you need it-but out of sight when you don't. During Integrated Systems 2013, Draper will be introducing several new products designed to do just that.


Draper's Video Conferencing Camera Lift-Ceiling allows the placement of a video conferencing camera directly behind a motorized projection screen; the camera raises and lowers with the screen.

The Video Conferencing Camera Lift-Credenza hides your camera in virtually any conference room furnishing, ready to be raised at any time by simple remote operation.

Draper's Video Conferencing Camera Adapter Bracket allows a video conferencing camera to be mounted in a Draper ceiling recessed projector lift. The bracket is available with three Draper lift models; choose the lift based on how far down out of the ceiling the camera needs to travel.

To see these and other products in Draper's new line of video conferencing accessories, stop by stand 1M43 at Integrated Systems Europe, January 29-31 in Amsterdam.

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